Gorilla Glue is a potent hybrid strain that delivers a heavy-handed euphoria and relaxation, leaving you feeling “glued” to the couch, so to speak. Its chunky, resin-covered buds fill the room with sour pine aromas inherited from its parent strains.
The Gorilla Glue strain has an interesting history behind it. From its beginning, Gorilla Glue #4 was created by Joesy Whales and Mardogg. It won the 2014 SoCal and the Michigan HighTimes Best Hybrid so, since then, it has been considered one of the best hybrid strains you can grow. We had the honor of trying the Gorilla Glue #4 and we were very impressed. Well worth the hype. After getting our hands on the original clone of this strain in an event in California, we couldn’t wait to begin researching how to incorporate it to our autoflower catalog. Since then, we used a clone of this champion and have created our own special Gorilla Glue Autoflowering.
Gorilla Glue is one of our strongest strains on the market! It’s loaded with trichomes, so its effect leaves you feeling maximum joy. The high can be described as very cheerful and extremely positive. The mix between sativa and indica is perfect for those who are looking for relaxation as well as euphoric sensations and heaviness. The effects progressively increase, culminating in ultimate cerebral nirvana.
The cultivation of this variety is very simple and does not require any sort of special care. Just make sure you still treat her well and she will reward you with many flowers. You will have more resin with this strain that you will know what to do with!
This plant is delicate so the most important thing to do is to not stress her so she can blossom into the fine woman she was always meant to be. We recommend using pots up to 11-13 gallons (40-50 liters) to make the most out of outdoor growing. For indoors, it would be best to use bulbs of 600 – 1000 watts per m2. This could yield up to 16 plants in this space.
It adapts well to both the indoors and the outdoors. Most individual plants show resin-dense buds, loaded with big and sticky trichomes. During the flowering season, it gives off an aroma concoction of sour lemon, pine, and fuel.